some-things-need-time

Eating too much food in a small amount of time is considered a stressor by the body. Have you ever had the experience where you ate a big meal very quickly and then felt like the food was sitting...

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eating-can-be-intimate

The act of eating can be a very intimate experience.
We love it, we desire it, taste it, we receive pleasure from it, we commune with it, we long for it, we get all excited when we have it...

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digestion-begins

Digestive physiologists tell us that indeed, digestion begins in the mind. There is a scientific term called the cephalic phase digestive response.

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getting-sick-a-lot

Getting sick a lot and not sure why? Then acknowledge that you have an emotional immune system. Our emotional immune system is how we manage the flow of emotions that come from us, and come to us...

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ways-your-body-loves

Move in ways your body loves... Our bodies are designed to move, and we feel our best when we’re active. Many of us are pushing our bodies to conform to exercise regimes that are not fun or pleasurable

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say-yes-and-no-new

Learn to say yes and no more often.. Are you good at setting limits for yourself? Are you the kind of person who can’t say “no” when you’re asked a favor, or to help someone out, or to do something...

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encouraging-voice

Talk Kindly... A basic for every relationship is communication. Open and loving dialogue sets the stage for a healthy relationship with others and with self. Many of us are either judging our body, or ignoring it.

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be-gentle-get-curious

What would life be like if you saw every health challenge you face as an opportunity to grow and evolve? What if we let go of fighting our illnesses, and listen a bit more first?

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act-of-kindness

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around."

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toxic-world

Cultures around the globe have understood and practices the cleansing process for eons of time. On the most practical level these days – we live in a very toxic world.

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create-new-beginning

If you’re going to do a fast or a cleanse – the ideal time is when you have the freedom to breathe, relax, create some space, and support the natural process of letting go. Think of it as your own personal vision quest...

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breathe

Oxygen can be considered the number one metabolic substance known to human kind. You could exist for up to four weeks without food, four days without water, but you only have a few minutes...

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use-exercise-new

Researchers have identified this thing called over-exercise. Far too many people operate under the assumption that more is better. This may be true when it’s true, but when it comes to exercise...

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nutritional-potential

You and I can be sitting down and eating the absolute healthiest meal in the universe with the greatest ingredients, the perfect nutrient profile, and all the good blessings of super-food status. However...

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fighting-appetite

FIGHTING YOUR APPETITE?
The moment you fight your appetite, the moment you think it’s the enemy, the moment you try to artificially control it by limiting the amount of food or nutrition...

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automatic-pilot

Many of us eat on automatic pilot.
We’re driven by habit to eat when we are not hungry or not to eat when we are hungry. In the first step of whole body eating we perform the most basic act of the eating process.

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inauthentically

Living inauthentically is inherently stressful.
Meaning, it’s not natural for us, it takes great effort, and it goes against who we are at the deepest level
of our being.

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all-healing

Remember all healing and repair and growth of body tissue happens in the physiologic relaxation response - meaning when you sleep or are in a waking state of calm.

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facing-unwanted-thoughts

Facing our unwanted habitual thoughts, or health draining food habits, or any habit that limits our life force and self-expression – is an act of self-evolution. Life calls us, through our personal challenges, to grow.

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struggling-digestion

Struggling with poor digestion?
Take Time
Eating too much food in a small amount of time is considered a stressor by the body.

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exercise-loaded

Exercise is a loaded word.
Some people hear the word exercise and their eyes light up because they love to exercise, it’s part of their life, and it comes natural to them.

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food-quality-appetite

FOOD QUALITY AND APPETITE
Food quality has a dramatic impact on appetite. In general, the more nutrient deficient our food, the more powerful and intense will be
our appetite.

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eating-issues-as-enemy

Most people look at their eating issues as the enemy.
No matter what concerns we face around food, we want to get rid of them as quickly as possible.

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role-we-play

Perhaps the most important element at any meal is the role we play and the lessons that role teaches us. At any given time in life, we act out a particular part or personality.

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ask-your-body

ASK YOUR BODY WHAT IT WANTS Once you’ve decided to eat, consciously choose what to eat. In fact, go to an expert authority for advice: your body. The body has an intuitive wisdom...

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assumption-is-more-better

Far too many people operate under the assumption that more is better when it comes to exercise. This may be true when it’s true, but when it comes to exercise and movement, the body has its natural limits.

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macronutrient-balance

Appetite is powerfully influenced by macronutrient balance – protein, fat, and carbohydrates. When we’re low in any one of these because we’re following any kind of extreme diet...

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Emily Rosen is the co-owner and CEO of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating where she oversees business development strategies, student affairs, marketing and public relations, and keeps a pulse on the fields of eating psychology and nutrition to ensure the Institute’s position as a leader worldwide. Emily makes things happen. Her passion for health and transformation has provided her the opportunity to speak and present internationally and be at the forefront of a new generation of women leaders committed to making a heartfelt difference in the world. Her tireless work and faithful commitment have touched the lives of millions of fans and followers worldwide.